Delores Dupree is a charter member of the Rankin/Mon Valley/Pittsburgh Section of the National Council of Negro Women. The positions she has held within the Section are: Second Vice President/Membership Chair; Chairperson of the Annual Legacy Awards Luncheon; and was elected President of the Section in June of 2016. She will strive to grow the Section and promote the mission of the National Council of Negro Women.
Delores realizes that the fight for freedom, justice and equality is constant and, in that light, gave testimony in front of the Arts Commission advocating the removal of the racist Stephen Foster statue from public display in Pittsburgh’s Oakland area. We have many barriers to hurdle, and she encourages other women and men to join in the struggle. Any support given will be appreciated.